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162+ bit system

Post by rhinorulz on Sun Aug 14, 2011 3:59 pm
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A friend and I are making a threaded PC and it boots asking for a 162 bit OS, and we aren't finnished building it yet. What OS's can we use?
We have lots of virsions of windows, and kubuntu, but are willing tousenear anything
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Re: 162+ bit system

Post by centip3de on Thu Aug 18, 2011 3:58 pm
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rhinorulz wrote:A friend and I are making a threaded PC and it boots asking for a 162 bit OS, and we aren't finnished building it yet. What OS's can we use?
We have lots of virsions of windows, and kubuntu, but are willing tousenear anything


Are you sure it was a 162 Bit OS, not a x126 OS? Or 8086 OS? There's no such thing as a 162 bit operating system...
Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning. -Rick Cook
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Re: 162+ bit system

Post by rhinorulz on Tue Aug 23, 2011 12:04 pm
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centip3de wrote:
rhinorulz wrote:A friend and I are making a threaded PC and it boots asking for a 162 bit OS, and we aren't finnished building it yet. What OS's can we use?
We have lots of virsions of windows, and kubuntu, but are willing tousenear anything


Are you sure it was a 162 Bit OS, not a x126 OS? Or 8086 OS? There's no such thing as a 162 bit operating system...


is there is a difference between x162 and 162 bit? and yes I'm sure it was x162
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Re: 162+ bit system

Post by centip3de on Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:05 pm
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rhinorulz wrote:
centip3de wrote:
rhinorulz wrote:A friend and I are making a threaded PC and it boots asking for a 162 bit OS, and we aren't finnished building it yet. What OS's can we use?
We have lots of virsions of windows, and kubuntu, but are willing tousenear anything


Are you sure it was a 162 Bit OS, not a x126 OS? Or 8086 OS? There's no such thing as a 162 bit operating system...


is there is a difference between x162 and 162 bit? and yes I'm sure it was x162


Well that's like asking, is there a difference between a x86 and 32-bit, the only difference is their name. And seeing as there's no such thing as a 162 bit operating system, I was hoping maybe you were mistaken and it was a x162 operating system. But there's no such thing as that either. So, I'd say you're royally screwed.
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